iCEV offers optional study materials designed to prepare individuals for the National Horse Judging Team Coaches' Association Equine Management & Evaluation Certification exam. The preparation materials consist of a playlist, which includes a combination of video and PowerPoint® lessons created in collaboration with our industry partners to teach and reinforce the industry standards tested for by the certification. Explore the preparation materials below.
The National Horse Judging Team Coaches’ Association (NHJTCA) Equine Management & Evaluation Certification verifies individuals are prepared to pursue a career in the fields of equine evaluation, management and production.
Information on diagnosis, symptoms, treatments and prevention of common equine diseases is presented. Students will learn how physiological, nutritional and morphological defects, along with bacteria, protozoa, viruses and fungi can harm horses. Seventeen common diseases are outlined to analyze proper ways of keeping horses safe and disease free.
This hybrid presentation details all factors used to evaluate hunter under saddle. A collegiate-level equestrian team head coach explains how to correctly judge hunter under saddle, while also exhibiting various faults to demonstrate how each should be judged. This hybrid lesson is an excellent instructional tool for students who are learning how to judge or for those who are planning to show their horses in the hunter under saddle class.
Guide to Judging Hunter Under Saddle Project
The hybrid presentation details all factors used to evaluate the hunter hack class. The presentation identifies and examines major factors for judging the class including rules, standards and faults which affect a horse’s placing within the class. Excellent instructional tool for students who are learning how to judge or for those who are planning to show their horses in the hunter hack class.
Guide to Judging Hunter Hack Project
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The Equine Industry
Horse Breeds ID I
Horse Breeds ID II
Equine Anatomy & Physiology
Common Equine Diseases
Equine Equipment & Facilities
Equine Management: Nutrition, Health & Exercise
Equine Management: Grooming & Saddling
Horse Evaluation: Halter
Horse Evaluation: Western Pleasure
Horse Evaluation: Western Horsemanship
Horse Evaluation: Hunter Under Saddle
Horse Evaluation: Hunter Hack
Horse Evaluation: Hunt Seat Equitation
Horse Evaluation: Reining